Monthly Archives: March 2011

Shengdana Chutney

Spicy Peanuts Powder : Sometimes back I got the request for posting this recipe, and then I realized this chutney is one of the must item in my kitchen and still I have never prepared it. Its always my mom or mom-in-law who send it to me…reason donno…may be its just a habit continued from my Hostel days..lol But that day chutney was over and I was very tempt to eat garam garam Bhaat Tup n Chutney …so juss gave it a try Ingredients: 1 Cup Shengdana Read More +

Puris

1.  Puris to absorb less oil, make dough little hard than chapati dough. Make Puris immediately after dough is ready. 2.  To make Puris more crispy add 1/4 portion of Rice flour or Rava ( Sooji ) to wheat flour 3.  Add 1/2 tsp of Carom seeds to flour while preparing dough. It will give taste to puries 

Watch your Salt / Sodium intake

Sodium can cause bloating with water and can make your tummy or Face actually look flabbier than it really is. It also makes you more susceptible to kidney stones and high blood pressure. Here are few ways to cut down on sodium: Switch from Processed foods to Fresh foods. Always look for the low-sodium versions of the packaged food. Be sparing with Sauces, especially Soy sauce. Take  salt shaker off the table 🙂

Sabudana Khichadi

Generally we prepare Sabudana khichadi for fast, but me and Pavan  are not much into fasting and all.. so preparing Sabudana khichadi was not in scope. But once my Papa came my home and he was fasting that day. Now got the strict warning by my mom that I should cook only Sabudana khichadi for him…now it was a treat for Pavan n myself 🙂 Ingredients : 1 cup Sabudana ( Sago) 1/2 cup Coarse powder of  roasted peanuts 1 tsp Cumin Seeds 3-4  green Read More +

Matki Usal

I have just realized that its been almost a year and I have not updated my recipes. I think I am being busy ( or Lazy? ). Anyways, this Mataki usal I prepared for my sis who loves it like nething. Its very tasty and very healthy dish n so one of my favorite as well 🙂 Ingredients: 1 cup Matki (Moth beans), sprouted 1 Onion, chopped 1 tsp Garlic Ginger paste 3 -4 Green Chillis 1 Tomato, chopped ½ tsp Turmeric 1 tsp Cumin Read More +